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November at the Manassas Museum

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Provided by City of Manassas During November, the Manassas Museum features history, great experiential learning with seminars, talks, tours and more. Nov. 11 at 1:30 p. m. Join the Manassas Museum for a free book talk: Hell Comes to Southern Maryland: The Story of the Point Lookout Prison and Hammond General Hospital. Authors Bradley and Linda Gottfried will talk about Point Lookout Civil War …

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Echoes of Echoes

By Dan Verner Echoes, the name of the gift shop at the Manassas Museum, mirrors the work of the people employed there, who capture echoes of past local voices, events and places and bring them to the public through exhibits and experiences as well as by maintaining several historic sites. While the museum is a local endeavor, it still attracts visitors from all over the …

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Manassas Museum Fall Events

Provided by Manassas Museum Celebrate fall with the Manassas Museum.  There’s a new exhibit, Museum at the Farmer’s Market, some book talks, and some Cemetery tours. Historic Downtown Walking Tours; Through October; Thursdays & Fridays at 12:00 Noon; free; meet at the Manassas Museum Why weren’t the battles of Manassas fought in what is now the City of Manassas?  Learn about …

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Shop Local on Small Business Saturday and Support the Members of the Prince William Chamber

Provided by Prince William Chamber of Commerce This year, Small Business Saturday is on November 28 and the Prince William Chamber of Commerce wants to remind you to go out and shop in support of local businesses. Started in 2010 by American Express, Small Business Saturday is now a nation-wide phenomenon. Last year, according to, an estimated $14.3 billion …

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Discover Prince William & Manassas

Ann Marie Maher

This holiday season, send family and friends a taste of Prince William & Manassas. Our shops, museum gift stores and local attractions have wonderful gifts that are perfect for that hard-to- buy person in your life. Tucked away in the tiny town of Historic Occoquan is Spinaweb, where shoppers can find blankets, scarves, placemats and other hand-woven items created right …

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